Paul B
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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 09 Dec 2005
Mac OSX 10.4.3

Version 1.3 still looks flawless!

Love the new 3D rotation option, and if there wasn't enough options already!

Very cool TINY screensaver, very nice work and well worth he download!
[Version 1.3]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 07 Dec 2005
Mac OS X 10.4.3

Doesn't work. No downloads, no uploads, no peers, it's just stuck in a endless loop!

Lotsa fun!
[Version 4.3]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 06 Dec 2005
Mac OS X 10.4.3

Flawless. Nice options and very well done.

Not to mention so tiny and puts to shame the other few thingy's/screensavers similar to this.

Well worth a download and look.

No complaints for FREE and thanks to the developer(s)!
[Version 1.2]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 05 Dec 2005
Mac OS X 10.4.3 & Safari 2.0.2

Works perfectly and it's very well done. Lot's of options and lot's of details. Now my Safari icons stand out just the way I like it!

Well worth a look and download!

Thanks to the developer(s)!
[Version 2.6]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 04 Dec 2005
Mac OS X 10.4.3

Software Requirements:
Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later, 1024x768 or better?

I'm sorry to say this program isn't worth the money or effort to download for 3 reasons!

1 - For FREE there are many apps/widgets that do the same or better.

2 - The monitor depth restriction makes no sense. Why not zoom-able to any size? If you can create a mini map, why not allow the user to resize the map?

3 - A super annoying nag message that get's stuck under or over a window every 60 seconds!

And my ultimate gripe, no Canadian cities or satellites were included but every other weather app/widget seems to have them!

No thanks, wasn't worth the look or download for me, too amateur and not worth a penny asked for.
[Version 1.6]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 04 Dec 2005
Mac OS X 10.4.3

For FREE, no complaints. Lots of bulbs and lots of options!

Looks like it should and works 99.99%

One minor glitch I found when attempting to use the "Check For New Bulbs" option a few too many times, it hung and required a forced quit.

Great work, and well worth the tiny download!
[Version 1.1(2)]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 04 Dec 2005
Mac OS X 10.4.3

Very unique and interesting. A bit mesmerizing if you ask me. Get it, got it, good! Well worth the tiny download to install it!

To the developer(s), nicely done, but, oh oh!

- The text doesn't seem to change for me, once I close the dialog it reverts back to Yeah! , every time.

- Any hope in the future to either give the monolith a solid colour by choice or disable it completely?

Thanks, eh! Looks much better than the snow I gotta shovel!
[Version 1.2]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 30 Nov 2005
Excellent work Circle Soft gang. Very nicely done indeed.

Well worth a look & download!

With LOTSA controls, you can get anything better for FREE!!

Thank-you Circle Soft for another great screensaver!
[Version 1.2]



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The Rotten Apple reviewed on 30 Nov 2005
Very nicely done. For a free screen saver it's well worth a look & download.

The only reason I can't give a perfect score is the lack of any options to control the flakes in any way or change the background.

Great work Circle Soft gang (strange website tho')!!
[Version 1.0]



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The Rotten Apple had trouble on 30 Nov 2005
Some minor bugs if anyone can pass along to Apple!

- When you copy anything to the clipboard, the EDIT menu does NOT highlight or allow you to use the paste menu command, but Command - V works fine!

- Pre 10.4.3 you were allowed to select a file/folder, edit or select it's text and choose to delete with one click, you now have to use two clicks, first one de-selects and the second deletes.

- Sometimes the SIDE-BAR in a Finder window does NOT respond to double-clicking to open/close it or even manually attempting to drag it. This oddity only happens when the window is too small for it's liking.

All of the above are extremely annoying to anyone that is used to the pre 10.4.3 world!
[Version 10.4.3]



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